I know next month that awesome looking Sopwith will be available. I think I recall another tri-plane that was displayed at the last London show. It was a different paint version than the already released Fokker. Any guess to when that comes out or what is next in this series. Or maybe I'm just on ludes or not getting enough sleep. Personally, I would love to see a Spad release. Here is to hoping.
Our last release for our end April/Early May release cycle is from our World of the Greeks figure range, figures AG024-AG029 Macedonian Phalanx. After the release of our Persians in February, we are pleased to continue to expand our World of the Greeks figure range with an iconic “Macedonian Phalanx.” These figures allow for the creation of a fully modular Phalanx, such as would have appeared under Alexander at the Battle of Guagamela. Designed with figures meant for the front, middle and
Hi Still some Japan airplanes from my archive shelvs remains not posted yet. Today I would like to share with Mitsubishi Ki 21 II type 97, in Allies code "Sally". Markings are from 12 Sentai, 1 Chutai JAAF, China 1942.
Now that we have our vehicle production back up and running and better than ever, we're pleased to present the latest releases for our WWII: The Battle of Stalingrad range, a couple of Panzer IV's, the Ausf F1 Short Barrel 75mm and Ausf F2 Long Barrel 75mm. We decided to do these two different variants of the Panzer IV for Stalingrad because of the number of requests that we received for long sold out VEH003 Panzer III to be produced in different turret numbers. Rather than just make
1/72 Italeri Ju-188 - posted in Ready for Inspection - Aircraft: Another 70s classic oldie but goodie from Italeri... Im quite enjoying these old Italeri kits as they have all the basics of a decent kit, just in need of a bit of updating and TLC.
Shes had a full rescribe, adding in more historic detail than was present on the rather sparse original raised panel lines, Ive also added a fair bit of scratchbuilding, including an accurate cockpit, flap levers, dive brakes, P/E guns, sights an...
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